So the speculation are true, if you’ve been following closely along with Nikon, you probably know that after the recent leak information about the Nikon D4, rumors has been flooding all over on the internet suggesting that Nikon has a new full-frame sensor camera body which is set to launch soon. Today, officially from Nikon we would be expecting a brand new Nikon D4, equipped with a new full-frame FX-format sensor, video capture capibility also has jumped from 720/24p to 1080/30p, added with greater precision, this camera has 91k-pixel RGB 3D Color Matrix Meter III, compared to a 1,005-pixel meter in the D3S, which so would cost you a whopping of USD $5,999.95 price tag which hits the stores in late February.
The 921k-dot 3.2-inch LCD, which offers a 170-degree viewing angle and ambient light sensor, HD video can be previewed on the display as well, or directly through HDMI port, which also support uncompressed 8-bit video preview output with optional overlay. This hot shot can power on and be ready to shoot in approximately 0.012 seconds, and capture 10 fps stills at full resolution with full autofocus and exposure. A 51-point AF system offers a full cross-type focusing which is compatible with all Nikon lense, also made available to the camera is a two card slots with support for both UDMA-7 CF and the newly announced XQD format (write speeds of up to 125 MB/s).